of Congress, The Corps of Engineers was formed. Cognag representing the history of civilian support for the Corps, will continue the heritage of our forefathers. With the support of professional French Military Engineers, our young Army Corps of Engineers was created during America's War for Independence. Synthesized by Malcolm Dale "Essayons" - Toast, here's a health to the Army and here's a health to our corps. Engineer regimental punch bowl ceremony, the history of the Engineer is the history of the United States of America. Accomplishing the mission, from the fortification of Breeds Hill to the Engineering of our environment, Engineers, now as always, clear the way.
Over the years, "genie" evolved into the old English word "enginator" meaning one who operates the engines of war, such as siege towers, battering rams, catapults and the like. The engineer's toast was first raised in the fall of 1898 after the Spanish American War by a young Engineer officer at the officers' mess at Fort Totten, (now known as Willets Point on Long Island, New York. If you are studying Chinese, you will recognize the first character as "eat" but in this case, it means to "experience" (as used in this proverb, it is suggesting that persuasive essay on fast food restaurants you have fallen into a moat and/or had a hard time crossing it). It really suggests that the failures, troubles, frustrations, and setbacks that you encounter in your life are actually helping you to find wisdom. In commemoration of the Engineers who first trained in the snows of Valley Forge, organized into a corps, and won our independence at Yorktown, we add the second charge, cognac, honoring the French who contributed to our first victory and from whom we adopted much. Our final charge is champagne, the noblest produce of the vine, symbolizing the eternal mission of the Engineer and reminiscent of the effervescent spirit, the enthusiasm, and the indomitable courage with which Engineers have demonstrated their ability. Essayons, we'll win or we'll die. Although the history of American military engineering goes back more than three hundred and fifty years, the heritage of military engineering reaches back to the earliest beginnings of organized armies.
I've done my training for the team. Ch y qin, zhng. We get there first and then take the risks to build the roads and air strips and bridge the mighty river streams.